Isunique Posted December 10, 2018 Share Posted December 10, 2018 I just read my cat scan results. To say that I am a little concerned is an understatement. The impression reads Bilateral upper lobectomies, bilateral lower ground glass nodules which have been slowly increasing in size. Appearances are most compatible with bronchoalveolar cell carcinoma./adenocarcinoma in situ. Now, I know that it is still in the early stages, but won't know what the oncologist suggests until tomorrow. . Just wondering if anyone has dealt with this type before. Not much more lung they can remove. My history is this: 1992 Gall Bladder Cancer 2007 Stage 1b NSCLC Upper Left lobe removed 2017 Stage 1a NSCLC Upper Right lobe removed. I know with my history the concern for the cancer to return is high. I just wonder if they say to keep waiting, is how long do we wait. I am not that young anymore and I know the older I get the harder it will get. Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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